New Harvard poll suggests that Americans will still vote for Trump even if he is criminally convicted

by Jason Collins

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A new poll from Harvard has revealed that American voters would still vote for President Trump over Joe Biden if President Trump were to be criminally convicted. 

As the general election approaches, support for President Trump continues to mount, according to research from Harvard Caps and Harris X. The online poll was conducted February 21-22 among 2,022 registered voters. It revealed that 50 percent of voters would choose President Trump, whereas only 43 percent of voters would choose Biden.

In another question, voters were asked, “If the 2024 election for President were held today and it was between Donald Trump, the Republican, and Joe Biden, the Democrat, who would you vote for?” The results showed that 48 percent of voters would choose President Trump over Biden, who only had 41 percent of the vote.

In addition, 59 percent of voters have doubts about Biden’s mental fitness for office. President Trump is more than ready to take his place in the White House, and RSBN reported that he can’t wait to look Biden in the eye and say, “Joe, you’re fired,” on November 5. 

The poll also questions voters regarding the January 6 criminal case against President Trump, and the results reveal just how much support President Trump has.

Voters were asked, “If Donald Trump is convicted by a jury for inciting the Capitol riots of January 6th, who would you vote for president?” The results revealed that 54 percent of voters would still choose President Trump over Biden as president.

This is not surprising since the poll showed that 36 percent of voters all agreed that the number one problem that the country is facing is immigration. RSBN reported that House Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La., met with Biden to discuss the current border crisis and that Biden needs to shut the border down.

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